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May/June 2009                                                                                             Volume 16, Issue 4 


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NAPO Los Angeles 


Mission Statement: NAPO-LA is an organization dedicated to bringing Southern California area organizers together through networking, education, professional growth, industry updates, support and public awareness.


NAPO-Los Angeles
PMB 134, 10573 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Phone 213-486-4477


Who's Who


Board of Directors


Gail GrayPresident

Chantale Bordonaro, CPO®, CRTS™



Gail GrayVice President

Katherine Macey





Gail GrayTreasurer

Nicole D. Ballard




Gail GraySecretary
Regina Lark




Gail GrayDirector of Administration

Kathryn Masci



Gail GrayDirector of Communications & Technology
Susan Culligan



Director of Membership

Cynthia A. Smith



Gail GrayDirector of Marketing
Heather Furlong




Gail GrayDirector of Professional Development

Leslie Haber


Gail GrayImmediate Past President

John Trosko




    Mini Board Minutes


  • Membership is currently at 143 members with 15 Associate members.
  • NAPO-LA Chapter meeting was dark in the month of April due to National Conference.
  • Members of the LA Chapter attended the Expo in San Diego. 


Coordinators &
Committee Chairs



Heidi Chianta


Educational Development Committee

Jean Furuya


Golden Circle   

Ann Gambrell


Greeter Coordinator

Christie Gelsomino



Jennifer Birner
Carol Hogg
Donna Rosman
Sasha Escandon


Christie Gelsomino



Cindy Duffy


Meeting Assistant

Beth Flarida

NAPO in the Schools

Deborah Kawashima

New Member Orientation

Jean Furuya, Ann Gambrell

Sara Getzkin

Volunteer Coordinator 

Abbey Keusch

Website Coordinator

Susan Culligan



Heidi Chianta, Carol Hogg, Katherine Macey, Kathryn Masci




Volunteers of the Month



March: Katherine Macey


February: Robin Davi



February: Fay Wolf


March: Sara Getzkin


April: Abbey Keusch


July: Neighborhood Groups Committee


August: Heidi Chianta


September: Gus Gougas


November: Carol Hogg



Volunteers of the Year


2008: Heidi Chianta


2007: Cary Brazeman


2006: Kristine Oller and Claire Flannery




Chapter Meeting Attendance


 Members: 44
 Visitors: 8
 Total: 54



NAPO National Membership

Annual Dues:
$200 - Active Member*
$150 - Associate-Branch
$250 - Associate-Local
$550 - Associate-Corporate
$20 - New Member One-Time Processing Fee

*Provisional member dues are $180 plus a one-time $20 processing fee. You are an active member* if you have completed your provisional membership year, or are a new NAPO member with more than one year of professional organizing experiece.

NAPO National dues can be paid online.
Proof of paid dues is required at time of joining NAPO-LA. NAPO National submits its renewal notices directly to members on their anniversary dates. NAPO-LA annual membership dues are renewed each September. You can also join NAPO-LA online.

NAPO-LA Chapter Membership

Regular Members:
Dues are prorated quarterly by 25%.
$100 - Level 1
Yearly dues and Website Listing in the "Find an Organizer" section of our website.

$165 - Level 2
Yearly dues, all meeting fees (with discount) and Website Listing in the "Find an Organizer" section of our website.
(This Membership option is only available from October 1 through December 31.)
$25 - One-Time New Member Processing Fee
$25 - Lapsed Member Processing Fee

Associate Members:
Dues are prorated quarterly and are reduced by 25% each quarter.
$175 - Branch Associate Member - operates as a local branch or regional office of a Corporate Associate Member
$300 - Local Associate Member - a locally-based, self-operating retailer, supplier, designer, or independent sales representative engaged primarily in the manufacture, distribution, and/or sales of organizational equipment, supplies, or organizing-industry related services.


NOTE: All members are required to sign a Code of Ethics as part of their membership.

For more information on becoming a NAPO-LA member, click here.

For the NAPO Code of Ethics, click here.



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Creative Storage Solutions
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The Los Angeles Organizer

The Los Angeles Organizer
Newsletter Staff


Editor: Jennifer Birner

Assistant Editor: Beth Zeigler

Michelle Cloney
Publisher: Michelle Cloney



Sheila McCurdy
Toni Scharff


The Los Angeles Organizer is published bi-monthly (January, March, May, July, September, November). The newsletter is e-mailed to NAPO-LA members, NAPO national board members, NAPO chapter presidents, and is available to the public on our website.  All contents are copyrighted. All rights reserved.

Submission Guidelines

NAPO-LA members are encouraged to contribute to this newsletter.  Articles are not to exceed 500 words in length.  Submissions must be received by our editor no later than the 15th of the month preceding the month of publication.  You may send your article as a Microsoft Word file attachment or directly in the body of the e-mail.  If you would like to include a photo, this may be sent as a .jpg attachment, 72 dpi, with your article.  All article topics and content must be approved by our editor. 

Editor: Jennifer Birner -

Advertising: If you are interested in advertising with The Los Angeles Organizer, please contact our assistant editor.  All ads must be received by the 20th of the month preceding the month of publication.  There are two types of ads available.

  • Web site Link: This is a small ad, located in the left side column of the newsletter.  The ad can be your logo, a photo, or a small message.  The ad contains a link to your web site.  (When someone clicks on it, they will be taken to your site.)  Please submit in .jpg format, 72 dpi, 125 pixels w x 100 h.

Price: $25 NAPO-LA Members, $35 Non NAPO-LA Members

  • Full Ad:  This is a large block located at the end of our newsletter.  This ad can provide details about your company or service, along with a logo and/or photo.  See current newsletter for examples.  Please submit ad copy (100 words max) in a Word document or body of an email, and no more than one logo and one photo in
    .jpg format, 72 dpi.

Price: $35 NAPO-LA Members, $45 Non NAPO-LA Members

Assistant Editor: Beth Zeigler -


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16 EDC: Quintessential Filing Systems 9am

16 Ventura County NG 10:30am

17 Pasadena, Glendale, Burbank NG 10:30am

17 Orange County NG 2pm

18 Board Meeting 2:45pm

18 New Member Orientation 3:30pm

18 Chapter Meeting 6:15pm



22 Board Meeting 2:45pm

22 Chapter Meeting 6:15pm



12 Hollywood NG 9am

12 Ventura County NG 10am

12 Westsiders NG 1pm

15 Los Angeles Organizer Newsletter Published

18 South Bay NG 8:30am

18 Golden Circle Meeting 12pm

19 Pasadena, Glendale, Burbank NG 10:30am

19 Orange County NG 2pm

27 Board Meeting 2:45pm

27 New Member Orientation 3:30pm 

27 Chapter Meeting 6:15pm



President's Message

 Chantale B1

By Chantale Bordonaro


President, NAPO-LA







Henry Ford said: "Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is a progress but working together, that is success!"
This is the way I envision our chapter and its members as we keep evolving and growing, learning through challenges, continuing education and of course, through each other. Our chapter is composed of some of the best talent and experience in the USA; We have NAPO founders, Golden Circle members, CPO®'s, experienced and knowledgeable members and Associate Members, and let's not forget the newer and curious members as well as visitors that keep bringing new blood and energy to our fantastic family. Let's learn from each other and work together to keep success coming our way!


Your 2009-2010 Board has big shoes to fill with all the amazing achievements that took place these past years, but we are jumping for joy (literally!) at the idea of following the existing path while creating new goals to better serve the NAPO-LA community of Professional Organizers. Yes, all of us right now are facing even more daily challenges in our personal lives as well as our business lives, but we have to keep in mind that this bad time will pass as many before. So, at the next meeting, turn to your left and ask: "How can we support and help each other?"


Cheers to the 2009-2010 NAPO-LA!!


NAPO-LA Chapter Meeting Information

Leslie Haber1By Leslie Haber
Director of Professional Development

Upcoming Chapter Meetings

May Meeting  

Join us for a Conference Roundup and Review on Monday, May 18th (one week earlier than usual, due to the Memorial Day holiday the following week). We will discuss the many benefits of attending the NAPO National Conference, which took place in late April. Whether or not you were able to attend this annual conference, you are encouraged to attend, as conference attendees will have valuable information, resources, and ideas to share. See you then!


Silent Auction 

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John Trosko is founder and president of OrganizingLA, a Los Angeles-based organizing and lifestyle consulting company founded in 2004. More than an organizing consultant, John has become a lifestyle guru, helping a diverse mix of clients, including Hollywood's elite, transform their homes from fabulous messes to spectacular showcases.

John, whose vision, skill, and passion have quickly launched him to the top of his field, has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Estates West Magazine, and Frontiers Newsmagazine. Both John and his company have been showcased on Los Angeles news channels KABC, KCBS, and KCAL-9 and touted on the popular blogs DailyCandy, Apartment Therapy, Décor8, Delight, and Yahoo! Technology News.  

He is also the creator of OrganizingLA Blog (, fast becoming known for its daily dose of fashionable tips and organizing strategies for readers with discerning palates and full lives. The blog introduces innovative organizing products, technologies, and ideas, as well as explores the "how-to" of increasing productivity, killing clutter, and reducing anxiety precipitated by Los Angeles's exhilarating pace.
John is a member of APO-LA and is the outgoing 2007- 2009 President. Previously he served as Vice President and the Director of Professional Development. John received the 2008 NAPO National Shining Star Award and in 2006 was the recipient of the Raising the Bar Award from the Los Angeles Organizing Awards.
Born in Princeton, New Jersey, John has a background in organizational management, having worked with Disney Animation, South Coast Repertory, and Big Apple Circus. He resides poolside just steps from the Sunset Strip.

Silent Auction

June Gail Gray

Kathrine Macey started Organize to Excel in April 2006.  She had a background in research, having a PhD in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and having worked as a postdoctoral researcher at UCLA in the Department of Neurobiology.  When her first child was born, she decided not to return to research and a couple of years later started organizing professionally.
Building on her strong analytical skills and the ability to see what will fit where - trained by her father on family camping trips, fitting the family of four and camping gear, including a huge canvas tent into our Ford Escort stationwagon, Katherine mostly works with Moms and small offices.  She loves dealing with paper.
Katherine balances the needs of her family with her part time organizing business.  Because of limitations on her time she utilizes a part time office assistant, sales person and, when appropriate, uses other organizers with her on the job.
Katherine uses several avenues to grow her business, including networking, speaking and the internet.
Katherine looks forward to answering your questions about any aspect of my business.


March Madness?

No Way..... The Organizers Were In!

Our Chapter members enjoyed a lively roundtable meeting in March, discussing everything from social networking, volunteerism, marketing opportunities, and dressing for success. Guests and members including David Bertnick, President of the International Association for Private Service Professionals, member Regina Lark, and NAPO co-founder and LA chapter member, Ann Gambrell introduced the topics. Thank you all for your participation. Additional thanks to our attendees, whose contributions created interesting and stimulating conversation.


New Board Turnover


JT black&white2008-2009 Board

Year End Review 

By John Trosko

Immediate Past President




This year, NAPO-LA continued to proudly represent the organizing profession in Los Angeles. Since our chapter's founding in 1988, we have been dedicated to the education and inspiration of professional organizers in Southern California and sharing with the public the benefits of living an organized life as well as the ease of hiring a chapter member. We aspire to provide a voice in the media, support your endeavors and expand our reach.
I am very excited with the accomplishments we've been able to tackle during the 2008-2009 term, which have included extraordinary chapter meetings, educational events, an outstanding Expo and Awards and the incredible comradery throughout the membership that creates business opportunities and places our members in a unique position for success.
We look forward to even greater success in the coming year, with a new board, and new leadership.

2008-2009 NAPO-LA Chapter Milestones:

  • Continued to be fiscally prudent, maintaining a very healthy reserve.
  • Individual membership of 145, an increase of almost 20% from the year before.
  • Associate membership of 15, an all-time record number.
  • New Member Program expanded to include specialized Associate Member Orientation
  • Continuing Education Programming aided members in learning new skills, enhance their businesses, and the opportunity to earn learning units for certification.
  • Website expanded and improved as a communication and marketing tool.
  • Increased the readership of our e-newsletters by opening our mailing list to the general public.
  • Expanded our online networking capabilities with the addition of NAPO-LA pages on MySpace, YouTube and Facebook.
  • ORGANIZING EXPO: The 2009 Organizing Expo reached almost 200 guests, dozens of new vendors, included a Golden Circle Educational Panel.
  • ORGANIZING AWARDS: The 2009 and Fourth Annual Awards (and flagship event) brought together our chapter, industry leaders, a celebrity host, and a substantial sponsorship from Office Depot for a memorable conclusion to National "Get Organized Month."
  • LEADERSHIP FORUM: Our Third Annual Forum helped members discover their hidden potential and become a leader in their business, the community and the Los Angeles Chapter.
  • Facilitated the annual Board of Directors Retreat in May 2008, with Mary Ann Pate as moderator.
  • Continued our commitment to embrace technology by embarking on digitizing historic scrapbooks, online photo galleries, and document storage programs.
  • Increased our outreach to our sister chapters throughout California by creating bi-monthly conference calls between chapter leadership to aid in communication, tax regulations and incorporation concerns.
  • Continued to partner with Golden Circle members in numerous chapter events including the Expo and the Awards.
  • LA Chapter leadership officially attended the 2009 San Diego Organizing Expo in March and the 20th Anniversary Celebration of NAPO San Francisco Bay Area in October, 2008.
  • Valuable publicity mentions were garnered both local and nationally.  Expanded our press kit.
  • Several chapter members nominated John Trosko (President), Jodie Watson (Vice-President) and Chris McKenry (Immediate Past President) for the prestigious NAPO National "Founders Award" for their collective effort in the creation of the Los Angeles Organizing Awards.
  • Neighborhood groups expanded to Glendale/Pasadena and Orange County for a total of 7 groups reaching almost 100 members. The groups offer education, networking and business tips on a local level and in an informal atmosphere.

Board Turnover
by Cynthia Smith 

Director of Membership


"To every thing, turn, turn, turn..."


On Tuesday April 14, in a community room hidden deep below the West Hollywood Gateway, the current NAPO-LA Board officially handed the reins of leadership to the incoming board. Successfully navigating the labyrinthine path to the meeting room were new board members Katherine Macey, Vice President; Regina Lark, Secretary; Nicole Ballard, Treasurer; and Cynthia Smith, Director of Membership. 
John Trosko led the meeting with focus, humor and bottled water. The most demanding item on the agenda was a detailed review of the NAPO-LA Policy and Procedure Manuals (also known as the "P&P"). The P&P are established documented courses of action to guide present and future decisions and actions for chapter operations. The manuals were created and adopted by the 2002-2003 Board of Directors and the Policy and Procedures Committee. This year, and every year, the manuals are brought up to date. All members are encouraged to review the manuals at
Following lunch, the meeting moved to administrative business then concluded with the outgoing Board handing over their beautifully organized position binders to the new Board. Continuing Board members are Chantale Bordonaro, incoming President; John Trosko, Immediate Past President; Leslie Haber, Director of Professional Development; Susan Culligan, Director of Communications & Technology; Heather Furlong, Director of Marketing and Kathryn Masci, Director of Administration. The new board term begins May 15, 2009 and runs through May 14, 2010. We are fortunate in Los Angeles to seat a Board of Directors with such depth of experience. NAPO-LA members are well represented.


2009 NAPO Conference


LA-Chapter Members at Conference

Conference Group Photo 2009


Volunteer Of The Month

Robin Davi 

February 2009:

Robin L. Davi,CPO®


Business name?

Simply Arranged

Where do you do business?

Pasadena, Glendale Area and Westlake Village, Burbank and surrounding areas


How did you get into

organizing as a profession?
A friend told me that her boss had hired an organizer to unpack his house from a move and thought that I would be great at something like that.  So I found out about NAPO and went to their National Conference in Austin in 2001 to see what professional organizing was all about.


When did you start your business?

May 2001


How did you come to join NAPO and/or NAPO-LA? 

I attended a meeting first as a guest and then after I attended the national conference in 2001 I joined both the LA Chapter and National.


What has been your experience volunteering in NAPO-LA and what do you see as the benefits of volunteering?

I began volunteering immediately after I joined. I was the Prospective Member Coordinator who greeted guests at the front door, then I ran for chapter secretary and then for treasurer and then for chapter president. By volunteering I not only grew my business, but I also grew personally and professionally and learned so much. This has enabled me to work closely with other organizers on shared projects as well as assisting on many types of projects.

What are your main organizing interests or specialties?

I focus primarily on residential clients with specialties in paper control and flow, filing systems, kitchen and pantry organization, garages, closets and overall space function and systems. 


Anything else we should know about you?
I have only missed 1 national conference in 9 years. I have naturally curly hair. I have celiac disease and must eat only gluten free foods. I love to shop, work on my cross-stitch projects, watch movies and I love French martinis.




Gail Gray 

March 2009:

Katherine Macey 


Business Name:

Organize to Excel


Where do you do business: Mainly within 30 minutes traveling time from UCLA.
How did you get into organizing as a profession?

When my first child was ready to go to pre-school, I started looking for a business where I could dictate my own hours and that I didn't need extensive re-training to do. Organizing fit the bill perfectly.
When did you start your business?

April 2006
How did you come to join NAPO and/or NAPO-LA?

A friend who was an organizer at the time suggested I join.
What has been your experience volunteering in NAPO-LA, the benefits of volunteering?

I love working closely with other organizers. Everyone that I've worked with is such a nice person and I really respect what they're doing with their businesses. I learn from them constantly.
What are your main organizing interests, areas of organizing?

I started my business working mainly with academics and their huge piles of paper! As my business has grown and my network has changed, I find myself working more often with moms and small business owners. Therefore I often work reorganizing the small parts of transformers, Barbie dolls, judging clothing sizes of rapidly growing children or in the piled high to-do lists of clients. I still love organizing paper, but do my best to steer clients towards paperless as much as possible. I'm also enjoying speaking to various groups about organizing.
Anything else you'd like us to know about you?

I'm grateful to my husband and two kids who keep me honest and support me 100% in my business.


AbbeyKeuschHeadshotHave you volunteered yet to help out NAPO-LA in some way? Then you, too, could be voted "Volunteer of the Month" or even "Volunteer of the Year."And when you are, it will be your turn to share your story, so that all of us in NAPO-LA will get to know you just a little bit better.
To find out about volunteer opportunities, contact Abbey Keusch.


NAPO LA Members


Welcome Our Newest Members  


Gail Gray 

Allison Perkins

Allison Perkins Organizational Design
Los Angeles, CA 90046 323.336.0742 


Gail Gray

Lisa Zia

B2Z Organizing-Filing Solutions

Huntington Beach, CA 92649


Roberta Zalian 

Roberta Balian

B2Z Organizing-Filing Solutions Huntington Beach, CA 92649





More New Members 


Kim Rock

New Leaf....the art of organizing



Mary Manning-Miranda

Interior Madness



Correction from March/April Issue:  


Gail Gray 


Julie Harvey


Calabasas, CA 91302






Golden Circle

Of Fees (Yours) & Funds (Theirs)

 By Beverly Clower, "Office Overhaul"
"I'm sorry we haven't finished, but I can't put any more money into this project."


We've all heard variations on that theme. It's disappointing and can be shattering, but we must keep a professional face. (After all, our cash flow is our responsibility, and we don't concern our clients with our business problems.) This particular "cause for dismissal" can be prevented! Here are some tried and true guidelines. Have a full discussion of fees and range of completion time from the beginning. Be explicit, such as "I have done many home offices in one or two visits, but some have been spread over weeks;" or, "Since the closets have not been organized for several years, would you like me to give you some guidance on culling out the clothes that have not been worn recently? That would mean the organizing process can start at my very first visit." Often a client will say they anticipate several visits. Listen carefully for any fiduciary concerns at the onset of the project.


For large projects, a written plan is clarifying for the client, and the matter of cost can be addressed more specifically. The plan can set a time frame for completing various areas of the project-which keeps both parties on their toes! A formal proposal and estimate with a not-to-exceed cost is routine for some business projects, but less necessary for residential. Offer it as a bargain, e.g. charge something for the proposal, which includes a usable plan of work; if the proposal is accepted, waive that cost. It's smart marketing, and both sides win in both instances. A needs assessment can be done verbally at the first visit, but if the client has indicated apprehension, it may be advisable to make an appointment of an hour or two to review the project, make notes, and return with a written proposal. A business proposal may require return visits to interview employees or delve into multiple filing cabinets and archives.


Plan the project in task modules, involving the client in the prioritizing. Always leave something completed at the first visit-a visible difference and improved functionality. A client is not likely to cancel in the middle of a module of work, although they may feel it necessary to end the larger project sooner than you had envisioned. Starting several organizing fires at once means leaving them still smoldering if the client chooses to end the project. Offer homework assignments to be completed between visits, to save your time and the client's money. If you have detected concern about your fees, or about the cost of the entire project, offer to have an assistant do some tasks at a lower rate than your hourly charge. When this is explained at the initial interview, it can make the difference between getting hired or hearing "I'll think about this and let you know...."


Golden Circle Update


Golden Circle Fun


On Sunday, April 19th, Golden Circle members Lynne Gilberg & Robin Davi hosted a fun afternoon with a lovely salad buffet enjoyed in Lynne's flower filled patio garden. Thank you to our hosts for a great time. What a delightful way to welcome in the lovely (actually hot) spring season. 


We welcomed fifteen Los Angeles area Golden Circle members as we discussed upcoming events and projects. Members Lynne Gilberg and Rosalind Lakomy volunteered to initiate the remembrance of members' birthday celebrations as well as connecting with members who are ill. We also discussed a future educational field trip meeting regarding recycling, which will be researched by Barbara Ricketts, and a green practices event headed by Michelle Vieira. Thank you all. Chris Reiter will continue to collect organizing tips at chapter meetings, and members may also send them to me. Tips are used on the website and in The Los Angeles Organizer. Thank you also to members writing articles for the chapter newsletter. Applause to all!  

We viewed and thoroughly enjoyed the humorous and innovative Golden Circle DVD, created by member Khristine Oller. It was included in the general program at the conference in Orlando. Kudos to Khristine! It can also be viewed on the LA website for those who have not had the opportunity to experience it. 


Several activities were planned for Golden Circle members at the conference, including a special presentation by the keynote speaker. Also a full breakfast event was planned with table topics, regarding business practices in these current and future economic times, as well as ideas on how Golden Circle can help you to market your business.... and more. Our next Golden Circle meeting will be held on Saturday, July 19, hosted by Claire Flannery and Carole Keller. See you there.





1. Comfortable organizing tip: Having items on reachable shelving will help with the challenge many clients face attempting to retrieve items....and causing back strain, etc.  

--Jeff Dixon, Garage Envy

. Try adding a shelf to your refrigerator. Carefully measure the depth of the shelf and the space between shelves. Buy a shelf that splits the height difference between two existing refrigerator shelves (make sure the shelf is made of an easily cleanable, non-corrosive material like plastic). You will be amazed at the space that magically appears in your fridge...perfect for shorter items like pudding cups, sour cream, small jars, etc.
--Cindy Duffy, The Perfect Spot...Designed Organization

About the TIPS Program:
NAPO-LA's TIPS Program is managed by the chapter's Golden Circle members. Ann Gambrell is the chair and invites all chapter members to submit their organizing tips via email or on index cards that will be available at the monthly chapter meetings for deposit into the "Organizing Tips" box.

TIPS are requested in two categories: "Tips from Pros" are organizing tips for clients/the public."Tips of the Trade" are tips for organizers to use in their businesses. When submitting TIPS, you are invited (optional) to include your name, business name and contact information. This will serve to promote you when the client/public TIPS are posted on the NAPO-LA website's home page.
Email your TIPS to:


CD Suppport Group

By Jean Furuya


If you are working consistently and on an on-going basis with chronically disorganized clients, you are invited to participate in an informal support group.


Next Meeting

Tuesday, July 14, from 6-8:30pm.

Limited to 12 attendees. A simple pot luck is planned.


Topic for discussionCD Clients Going Green


If you have resources that will help our CD clients with "going green", please email them to Jean Furuya by July 10. The resources will be compiled and distributed at the meeting on the 14th.

To RSVP or for more information, contact Jean Furuya.

Phone: (310) 316-1753




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